Neurogastroenterology Unit at PGH

Neurogastroenterology Diagnostic Centre

Neurogastroenterology Unit at PGH

Experts in the diagnosis and treatment of abnormal ‘brain-gut’ functions

020 7034 5020

London Digestive Centre

41 Welbeck Street

London W1G 8DU

Why choose Neurogastroenterology Diagnostic Centre?

The centre specialises in the evaluation of disorders of gut function, helping to plan appropriate treatments with access to state-of-the-art diagnostic techniques.

Managed by internationally recognised consultants, our specialists are leaders in their field and are continually developing cutting edge techniques for the treatment and management of gut function disorders including irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, gastro-oesophageal reflux (acid reflux) disease and dysphagia.

At the Neurogastroenterology Diagnostic Centre investigations into chronic gut symptoms are studied by specialists tests which help guide treatments.

These symptoms can include problems with gut structure or with no obvious signs of infection or inflammation which can have normal diagnostic results with x-rays and endoscopies. 

Our consultants


Professor Daniel Sifrim

Professor of Gastrointestinal Physiology


Professor Qasim Aziz

Professor of Neurogastroenterology


London Digestive Centre 

41 Welbeck Street

London W1G 8DU

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